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Post by zebadee on Tue 13 Sep 2011 - 20:55

Hi :)
Hope this works... ;)

OK It didn't.

Took a scroll piccy, but too big to load.

This thread has something like 30 pages as well.
Feck it is War & Peace all over again... rotflmao

Anyway check it out.

Link New build for me...

P.S. Could always take screenshots of the most important sections.
Then load them one at a time... ;)


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Post by SavageNFS on Tue 13 Sep 2011 - 21:20

Thanks Martin! I appreciate you trying to merge it here.
Thanks
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Post by bob2701 on Wed 14 Sep 2011 - 4:59

It is a very long thread, but very interesting.
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Post by SavageNFS on Wed 14 Sep 2011 - 5:39

I'll second the long part...
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Post by sanshoe on Wed 14 Sep 2011 - 11:59

Just read about it, Impressive build savage, well done, hopefully mine will be a lot easier and a lot less stress. :)

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Post by SavageNFS on Thu 15 Sep 2011 - 3:20

sanshoe wrote:Just read about it, Impressive build savage, well done, hopefully mine will be a lot easier and a lot less stress. :)

Thanks friend
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Post by 4hams on Thu 15 Sep 2011 - 22:46

That thread rivals any other I have ever read on any overclocking forum!

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Post by SavageNFS on Thu 15 Sep 2011 - 23:39

4hams wrote:That thread rivals any other I have ever read on any overclocking forum!

Wow, thanks Joel, but you are being a little generous there Thanks

I am toying with the idea of building a server for corporate. Ours has seen better days and showing it's age. I have the itch to build again...and mine doesn't need anything (fortunately). I wanted to add a third 580 and put a couple in SLI, but unless BF3 looks like crap (which I really doubt), I'm not going to do it for the heck of it. The rig itself has been running 24 hours a day since it was finished with not one issue. Which is pretty cool. You just can't imagine the hours of processing time that rig has saved me this year alone.

I just want to build another rig this winter Thinking

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Post by 4hams on Fri 16 Sep 2011 - 0:11

I meant it!
A lot of builds you see are from folks that have never built before and most have little computer experience or knowledge. they are fun to follow and watch the builder learn as they go along.

But you had the knowledge and the desire to build it right with what you needed so it would perform for your needs at work as well as your gaming desires.

It was truly interesting to participate in that thread and to watch all the different steps involved along the way to completion.

Nice build and glad it is doing what you needed as far as the time issues you had with the old rig.

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Post by sanshoe on Fri 16 Sep 2011 - 3:26

What Joel said.. Thumbs up big

I'm not Hijacking this thread, but I got my new case, a ThermalTake V3 Black edition- Mid ATX Tower, It came with a 450w power supply which I'll upgrade to a 550-600w.
A 1TB Samsung spin point HD,
a Sammy SH-222AB/BEBS burner, will add a Bluray combo as well.
Going to get the M/B next, looking at the Asus P8 P67 Pro, combined with the i5 processor.
Standard fan cooling, no coolant probs there. :)

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Post by SavageNFS on Fri 16 Sep 2011 - 3:52

sanshoe wrote:What Joel said.. Thumbs up big

I'm not Hijacking this thread, but I got my new case, a ThermalTake V3 Black edition- Mid ATX Tower, It came with a 450w power supply which I'll upgrade to a 550-600w.
A 1TB Samsung spin point HD,
a Sammy SH-222AB/BEBS burner, will add a Bluray combo as well.
Going to get the M/B next, looking at the Asus P8 P67 Pro, combined with the i5 processor.
Standard fan cooling, no coolant probs there. :)

um, I really don't care if you DO jack the thread...let's see some pictures!!! I'm excited for you...
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Post by rrplay on Mon 19 Sep 2011 - 4:18

That certainly is an epic build and like to see more in here as well ,let 's have some with these builds and share some pics too .
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